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I just open an account ****@gmail.com and i want to and I see remove and all accounts associated with my name are removed from google. I want my accounts back. Can you help. I need them. I will appreciate your help. Thank you!JA: Where are you? It matters because laws vary by location.Customer: I am in portsmouth southsea in UkJA: What steps have you taken so far?Customer: Nothing.JA: Anything else you want the Lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: I want the layer t know that yesterday to register with webmailword.com andDetail Required: HIGH
Hello, my name is*****'m happy to help you with your question today.
Sure. Are you on a Mac or PC?
I'm going to send you a link, open it on your computer and then on the next page agree with terms and it will download the remote tool. Open the download and I will be connected.
Agree at the site.
Yes, Are you not in Chrome.
How are you blocked?
webmailworld is not legit.
Again, you can't use it.
I will be available in an hour.
Ok, are you on a Mac or PC?
Did you click on the link?
Go to the Account recovery page.As you complete the steps, use as many of the tips below as you can. (You might not see all the questions described here.)If you already tried to recover your account and got a "Google couldn't verify this account belongs to you" message, you can try again.Answer as many questions as possibleTry not to skip questions. If you're unsure of an answer, take your best guess rather than moving on to another question.Use a familiar device & locationIf possible:Use a computer, phone, or tablet where you frequently sign inUse the same browser (like Chrome or Safari) that you usually doBe in a location where you usually sign in, like at home or at workBe exact with passwords & answers to security questionsDetails matter, so avoid typos and pay attention to uppercase and lowercase letters.PasswordsIf you're asked for the last password ***** remember, enter the most recent one you recall.If don't remember your last password: Use a previous one that you do remember. The more recent it was, the better.If you can't confidently recall any previous passwords: Take your best guess.Answers to security questionsIf you're asked a security question and you:Don't remember the answer: Take your best guess.Know the answer but didn't recover your account on your first try: Consider a different variation of the answer. For example, try "NY" instead of "New York" or "Phil" instead of "Philip."Enter an email connected to your accountIf you're asked to enter an email address you can check now, enter one that you've added to your account. Here are some examples:A recovery email address helps you get back in and is where we send you security notifications.An alternate email address is one you can use to sign in.A contact email address is where you get information about most Google services you use.Add helpful detailsIf you're asked why you can't access your account, include helpful details.Some examples are:You're traveling.You get a specific error message.You think your account was compromised because of malware or another reason.You changed your password ***** week and can't remember it.If your description matches the information we have, this similarity can help your case.Still can't get in? Consider creating a replacement Google Account.
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